|Stephen Barneby (#47157980)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy since I was in grade school. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.|
I am retired from both the Army and the Diplomatic Service, currently living in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
You are welcome to use any information, including photos, that I have posted on Findagrave.
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|Dolores Kingston||RE: Catherine Weir Dundas|
I don't know much more about Catherine except what I found on Scotland Census transcripts on ancestry.com The 1871 Scotland Census transcript says she was born in Coathridge, but I suspect a transcription error and that it was really Coatbridge, Lanarkshire since I cannot find any town named Coathridge in Lanarkshire. If you would like to transfer the memorial to me in case I learn more, that would be fine. Or, I can just send you any new information that I find on her.
|Dolores Kingston||Memorial# 121198214 Catherine Weir Dundas|
I've been researching the Dundas family since my husband's great aunt married James Weir Dundas, Catherine and John Dundas' son.
I contacted the historian for Woodmere Cemetery and found that Catherine Weir Dundas is buried in:
Section B; Lot 160 along with her husband. Would you please add this information to her Memorial? I am going to put up a memorial for John and link it to Catherine's memorial. According to Woodmere Cemetery records, there is no headstone for them.
Also John's middle initial appears to be "W." on his death certificate but I don't know if that is accurate.
Thanks for all of your hard work!
Thanks for the updated info on Alice
And Thank you for your service to this great Nation.
Added by seekers on Nov 17, 2015 9:01 AM
|Joyce Gaddis||RE: Sophronia Ingersoll|
You are welcome Colonel. I am also retired military - I guess that volunteer spirit still flows through my veins. Thank you for your service sir.
|Russell Alan Babcock||RE: Martha (Kline) Irish|
All my photos are free to those who wish to use them with great care and the knowledge that this work is not for us, but for our future.
|Renee Arnold||RE: Herman A Goodrich|
I should have noticed yesterday that the memorial def does seem to agree with the dates of the death notice I found in the newspaper and noted in my floral tribute. There does appear to be a mistake in the original memorial as the creator of it listed a spouse--impossible for a child who died at 2 1/2 years. Thank you for agreeing to contact him and hopefully get that error corrected. I will leave my floral tribute as is.
|Renee Arnold||RE: Herman Goodrich - #105489389|
Stephen, you are correct & my apology for getting the two Goodrich's mixed up--I try to be careful about entering info. I wish I could figure out how to delete or edit that entry about the scalding accident, but so far I haven't been able to. Maybe a failure on the part of Find A Grave not making the messages editable once they've been posted?
Thanks for the clarification about Mary, I moved her memorial to Michigan. I suspected she wasn't in RI but one never knows for sure. And thanks for the photos of Mary & first husband Edward McCann, always nice to have faces to go with names!
If you'd like any transfers, feel free to ask through the edit tab(s).
|BobBoston||RE: Calvin Augustus Vose|
You are very Welcome. Permission granted, of course. Thank you for asking.
|Swangirl||RE: Barbara Graham|
I wish I could have found her. But yes, it was worth visiting. I enjoyed exploring it.
Added by Swangirl on Sep 28, 2015 8:51 PM
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